18 Burst results for "minkowski"
"minkowski" Discussed on H-sana
"Montgomery. Sextuple davis would america to hoover to eat since admiral. Y'all nice galaxies manga. Mr barlow to long nostril Older sta sexually keenest. Yep girl guinness threatening or not diminish minimum up on and buzzing inglorious Gotta romania di di eight the adonta keenest ruining opposite. And that is the reckoning. Go granola is expertise. That cassano at the hunt sixty tevita multiasset than as american actress. Sixty two names then. Ingram monitors the authorities. I guess this the. I didn't have voted with latvia. Admitted as an sit at that makes me hey aesthetics. Yeah then he got the latin magazine. Six hundred minkowski. Their me look echo opie skilled grinding. your think when you meant a muscle and the ad on water not latte de la la was also ice. Then who also matter matter. Martha mr winkle motivated. How war. marta nine does it. Get hope davis was just my dad owning also no mesh man. I'm dine economy with i. Must've mobility would elite meters tone mar. Del mainly sexy. Most is it level attack or something x. number because i might have to buy it is melissa mama's for every meal moose within at to vaccinate since i more the magazine housing mussa busy that gula savoy told sixty percents. Apr president because thousand. Who've actually it's morally and lita and you don't aggressive gonna things. What their main is. The may not decided that has apprentice suppler scientism extra positive numbers nikos data so sexy alamo lawyer darlene as most guy may not see the lawn may not match that in england who baxter hornets headgear. Inc one in quintana weakening items mostly listed that list mayor. Yes thank him monica. The outlet hopelessly davisville. Dan were able to even your Little see is cnn. Kalita medicine let dot the grinding..
"minkowski" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Have had some absolutely lovely conversations franquet bill. It's all right. I i was riding the entire time. This is incredible but yeah i mean speaking of faraday i think jeremy davies does a really great job here as well playing adult faraday. I think is a good way to put it where he's having trouble completing sentences. This is clearly much much. After the experiments he did on himself. In theresa have just left him like completely shellshocked he's not full minkowski necessarily but like literally his mind is separated in so many different places and i think he does a good job with it. It does make me wonder if we were missing us. Type of seen in season four not exactly on the level of like john locke feeling his toes for the first time in walkabout necessarily but this idea of faraday realizing how much the island is healing him as our assumption right is that he has his disconnected memory and the island was healing him. And a manner of speaking. Do you think we're missing that in the midst of faraday just like getting back to action going on with the. I think there is like if you need to place that for yourself. You could have like that. I'm daniel faraday. I'm here to rescue you moment. Kind of could be like you know. Sort of like he's back. You know. I'm i've got myself again like i think like there could be like some interpretation of that. I would've loved that. I think that it's a it's a good. It's a good call. That i think something like that would have been really really really nice to have on the show. I think about the like this condition. That's affecting his memories and like is he wakeman kofsky tripping. Is that something. That's going on for him right now and i wonder mike if there is a period of time for faraday that we as viewers never get but like some of like the emotionality surrounding him. Does he see all across his life. The is there. Is there a portion of daniel faraday like during this time that like sees what's coming that knows that get some of that stuff and then coming to the island loses that like foresight. But does he have some of that foresight right now. That's like coming. Resetting memento style guy pearce style. I completely think so. And it's for one reason and whatever length of heritage. It's him crying at the eight one. Five right exactly. I think it's him it's deja vu for him but in this case it's that okay. It's not that. I have to link up with these people in the future. I think it's more. So i'm linking up with eight one five people in the past and it leads to my death right like i think it is an echo of some sort of memory there From the past or from the future that is going back to him. You know again. It's adult so he doesn't necessarily remember it completely. But it's the sort of like feeling. I have a feeling that my heart is linked to eight one five and that you know. My fate is linked to the crash of oceanic eight one five. He can't put his finger on it especially from daniel faraday perspective but i do think there is something to his mind sensing to do with oceanic eight one five whether it be a flashing forward to his time. You know in two thousand four or flashing forward slash back to the seventies and knowing how he's going to be in the mix with these people. Yeah i think there's something there. I think there's something there he does asca. He says to whitmore. You sound like my mother says yeah. We're all friends children's wink. Wink is winking at me. Is the pop. secret song. Plays all arrested development. Winking you why are you wake any okay. It's because we had sex back in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven a ferret. he's got. This has nothing to do with it. But jack is in. He's in he's like all right. I wanna i wanna. I wanna get involved in this. I wanna be a part of whatever you got going on. I find it interesting that sawyer points out like no. You know like you're going against whatever happened happened. i don't know to me. This goes a bit against what sawyer does with the ben stuff right where he sort of says screw. Whatever happened happened. Like i have to move forward and do this again. I think had his reasonings behind it. But i just think it's interesting logic here. He's like oh. I thought you said this. When he himself sort of exercise that idea of well. Maybe this thing did happen. And we're a part of it. Yeah yeah i can. I can see i. I don't know the show lose the plot on sawyer by the end of the season. But like i do think like you know. He's a little shaken up right now. He's not quite as advanced closet right now. Yeah that's a that's a hard thing to do Everybody though is like going against source like jack is going to go with fair day. He convinces cates. Come along to take them to the hostels and he brings up aaron which said he would never do again. This is a really interesting. It's really interesting scene for the sawyer dynamic because this entire time since gotten there even with the leflore stuff it was always turn to sawyer sawyer will know what to do he is losing control here right. Faraday has come in and basically said no. I had this big shiny new thing at everyone's turning here you know. Kate is going to be the one to be like. Oh no we should do. This project does even though he's he's really hitting a sore subject by bringing up. Aaron i think is right that oh the reason. I don't know the reason you came back. But i assume it puts on in one thousand nine hundred seventy like i mean. Yeah unless claire happened to time travel with just which we'll get to in season six but yeah that's that's probably the case and even juliet is on team. Jack right she just turned sawyer and says it's over for us here. Anyway she is. I mean juliette. Is someone who i think is able to divorce her. Amore emotions easily. She certainly has her heartbreak. But she's someone that knows how to like. Swallow that bitter pill and then get knocked out on the sub for a few hours. So i think it makes sense that she's given this harsh dose of reality of what they need to do that. The bubble has burst. And she's like all right moving on moving along so she is. She's on board to by giving the code. Miles gives the keys. He's not getting involved anymore than he already is in bypassing the keys that is miles. Goodbye to daniel faraday source tells everyone. Pack your stuff back here in minutes. We're going back to the beach. Should also mentioned that. I believe this is where sawyer has those words with jack right where he says when you realize the huge mistake you made will be back at the beach right where we started. That's an incredibly packed. Line might be more packed that they're going to be in a few minutes. Because that is i think sawyer saying you know right where we started is from physical sense right basically being like this is a fruitless mission. And we're just gonna go back to the beach and start over from square one. But i kind of feel like this. Is soya like declaring to jack like well. It was nice working with you for the time. Being manner speaking we can only hold this for so long. You and me working together but i guess you know. We're always gonna see eye-to-eye in this case. I i just find it interesting. I think sawyers looking at jack right now. He's like god. Just i can't stop thinking about punching you in the face. I'm i'm really. I'm going to really have to do that by the end of the day today. That will happen. Because because let's remember your head that talk with jack where he's like just put. Let me do the handling. I think from sawyers perspective. He feels like jack is defying him. Follow his orders and he is now stepping past his boundaries. I think what sawyer is necessarily seeing is that it is all falling apart around him and so he is losing control without jack. But i think it's an interesting step forward and step backward in honor of daniel faraday to this dynamic that they've really specifically like the rivalry. They really had brewing and seasons one and two before lock stepped into the picture hundred percent. So jack and kate and faraday are gonna head to the motor pool but faraday gets sidetracked because there is a kid on a swing set nearby that he needs to have some words with ear. It is the.
"minkowski" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
"Last month in the last ama but in principle. Sure i mean in principle you could have giant consciousnesses made out of tinier pieces that played the role of neurons or something like that but the fact that it is possible in principle doesn't mean it actually happens in practice in the current world You know. I think that the consciousness that we have in our human brains is pretty dependent on special properties of our particular human brains. There's other ways. I'm very sure that you could have consciousness. But it's not just gonna pop into existence without any effort right you know. We are the result of billions years of evolution The most of those billions of years. We were single celled organisms. But still there were selection. Pressures that were shaping what we have in our brains and nervous systems and in our biology to compete in certain environments and to reproduce and so forth and the ultimate result of that is the capacity that we have in our brains to do information processing in a very coherent way. Right in a way that gives us a sense of self a sense of i whereas a nation is a bunch of people that is much more loosely organized than that with no special structure. No special rules of engagement and ways that different connections are drawn in different substructures like the brain has and so forth. So it'll be astonishing to me. If real societies were sufficiently similar to human brains that we would call them conscious organisms. And indeed i don't think that's how it is. You know when you actually want to convince a nation to do something. It's much more useful to convince the boss nation do something then try to convince the nation as a whole line. One of the aspects of why nations are very different than brains is that brains don't have a president or king or an emperor. None of their neurons is the king neuron. That's just not how it works. So yeah in principle. The laws of physics do not prevent nations from being conscious but in practice. I think it's kind of a different thing. Peter be says one of your earlier guests under the suskind has argued that inflation must create infant open universes with negative curvature yet. You mentioned that we live in consider space with positive curvature. So i'm confused. Are we living on. A dined pringle chip. We're a giant balloon. Well so i don't know this is possibly my fault but It depends you have to distinguish between the curvature of space and the curvature of space time okay. That's one thing the other thing is that would lenny is saying about the negative curvature. We don't know if that's true or not okay. So the difference between spatial curvature in space time curvature is and we have cosmology in cosmology. there's a special situation which is not necessarily true in other says aspects in other situations. Let's say in general relativity where spatial slices are homogeneous tropic. Okay there's a special way of slicing space-time into space plus time so the spatial sections are more or less the same everywhere on large scales so unlike a just an empty flat space time. Minkowski space in cosmology. There is a best way of slicing space-time into space plus time so then given that we can talk about the curvature of space as well as the curvature of space time the curvature of space is pretty close to zero. We've measured it We've not measured any overall deviation from zero so it could be very very small but positive or could be very very small but negative or zero to any any any practical Precision so with lenny is pointing out is that in his favourite version of eternal inflation. Where there are is bubble nuclear We're a little bubble of true vacuum or lease lower. Energy vacuum comes into existence inside high energy false vacuum state. You will very naturally get spatial slices that are negative curvature now. The spatial slice is going to be negative curvature..
"minkowski" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage
"Millions of people depend on it every day. It saved so many lives and it's now needed more than ever. Insulin was discovered one hundred years ago. How did it come about. And what might the next one hundred years old. Hello and welcome to baggage from the economist. Our weekly podcast on technology and science. I'm kenneth. Cookie is senior editor of the economist and coming up on today's show a century on from the discovery of insulin. Why is it still inaccessible. In much of the world. It's possible that far less than ten percent of people in the world to need. Insulin actually can get it and camping. Insulin be made smarter. Potentially what's the technology's moving forward. Even more one can start to dig about one injustice every few days a week before insulin was discovered in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty one type. One diabetes was practically a death sentence. Type one diabetes is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Natural hormone that regulates. The amount of sugar in the blood in the past patients would often be put on restrictive diets. Which could buy them a few months or maybe years. Some died of starvation. The disease was known about since the ancient egyptians but was little understood the greek physician arteta's gave diabetes. Its name meaning to pass through. Since people with the condition need to p frequently. It was often diagnosed by tasting sweetness in the urine of those affected. Yes that's what i said in eighteen. Eighty nine joseph on marrying an oscar minkowski at the university of strasbourg and franz made a key. Finding they removed the pancreases of dogs. The animals would go on to develop diabetes and die soon afterwards preventive medicine. The real breakthrough came more than thirty years later epoch-making discovery of banting and best the all essential lem which has made life possible for the diabetic. All all young well knew he has diabetes. And he's going to have to have insulin. Insulin is a new medicine. That makes it possible for thousands of boys like you who have diabetes to live and play just like other boys..
"minkowski" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Can also hear us now and crystal clear. FM HD 100.3 HD to do all day every day. White Sox games, everything. And if you're on twitch right now, your co has received something that he is just beaming about. He's gonna love this yet. You can personalize yet. He's now. Yeah, This one says you're going on it. With the Croatian gerb The shield on the other side. Very beautiful and my man, you know, uh, Havana and Matt Minkowski. They got married this past weekend. They hand those out to their wedding party about a week ago. Nice and or a couple weeks ago. Actually, I said, man, that would look good. Then they went and they got me. One surprise was very nice, Very sweet, And that's it. That's touching that is close to the heart. Now, that's going to stab it Coffee in here this morning, but this will stay with me for an extended here to stop talking about it. It's like his feet gift ever. It feels good. It's nice. It was unexpected. And when it's unexpected, that's when it's the best right. That's good. Scottie Pippen is on some sort of a mission here. I think it's a mission to sell books in bourbon and bourbon. The two B's of life. Yeah, that's uh, I mean, you've been speaking of the podcast. We need to start up. I mean, forget bourbon and bacon, bourbon. Books in Bergen. That's not a bad one kid, though bacon, bacon and bourbon would be a pretty good summer he was at it is she already is yet Gotti was at Benny's. Last night He was signing bottles and he's got a new bourbon out, and he has a book coming up. And I mean, like there's little excerpts from this GQ article that keep getting released Where He's going after Charles Barkley, and he's going after Kevin Durant and he's going after Who else did I said? Well, not really going after Tony more going after filling the organization, How dare you ask me to inbound the ball? It was a race play at the time to have Tony the White man. Shoot the ball in the game. It was good for euro America relations. Is that what it was? I don't know. It's like Scotty. I'm asking a question, Scotty, come on. He just He can't let that I And I get her guess you gotta celebrate sports. What are sports the entire aristocracy? That's what sports are your best players play or leash. Your best players should play. I've been in situations. First round draft choices are made. They're not the best player yet. They eventually will be. And they end up playing in front of somebody else, and that sometimes can create a problem because the best are supposed to play. It's the beauty of supports his rant on Durant. I don't even know that I get. I mean, I guess I see what he's trying to say that he's not getting his place. He's not getting his teammates involved enough. And he he, you know. He was too tired at the end of Game seven. Other may be true. The guys playing like 48 minutes a night. He's not playing team basketball. Yeah, he's not playing team basketball, not playing team basket, Scotty. Nobody else on his team can score. I mean, like, how about that? There's at some point find it ironic that the guys yelling at him for not playing team basketball, and the one thing he is known for most is not playing team basketball. Isn't that kind of silly? It's like Barkley railing on super teams. Yeah, well, Charles, right kind of doesn't mean you're really not the guy who pulled the most selfish move in NBA history right to talk about that. And like I said, before, I people can make mistakes and in the heat of the moment in a very emotional, excitable situation, one can make mistakes so you can Everybody can take a look at you. You made a mistake. We won't hold it against you right? And I think most of Chicago has done that. But when you double down and you triple down in quadruple down and the fact that Tony made the shot kind of Expansion. Exponential hated your pain or exponential. Hated the decision You made. Because they came in and they're one without you. Not that they could do it over the course of an 82 game schedule, right? But but they did it that there Yeah. Mean to criticize Kevin Durant for anything in that series against The Milwaukee box is for leaving it on the line. I mean, yeah. I mean, he's leaving everything on the court. Everything is being left in the court. That's lunacy. He did not feel good, you know, and sit on the sidelines, right? Not play. He left every last ounce of it out there, you know, I mean, Every answer that Listen, if that he needs there, and Scottie Pippen is a tremendous basketball player. He was tremendous top 50 basketball player all time. Carmen easily fended him. I criticized him in the past card. Carmen looked at me and said, you stupid idiot. You know nothing about basketball, And in that time you could be true. And then Carmen started breaking down some stuff and show me some statistics breaking down some advanced metrics, and I'm like All right, Carmen, I'm wrong. I'm wrong. Scottie Pippen is one of the top 50 Because we're doing the exercise of who do you drop off the top 50. And who do you put back? We have to drop off a lot of guys we've done. We've done that. Sorry. We've taken off some of the old guys. Sorry. Gave to Bush. Er, he might be gone. You know, Poor Dave. The butcher like we remember, we looked at this Looks like a year ago. We did. Oh, my God started dissecting players off that, but the one guy can't take office, Scotty and who convinced me of that? It's my guy, Carmen De Falco. I mean, it's crazy. You know what? Who told him Dick for Sochi. He's the I think, Dick for shot. She told you how good Scottie Pippen was. I'm sure Dixie didn't time versus I mean by that dick versus essays I love Kama Ber Sochi is Italian. Catchy. He, like Scott is the prototype for what every forward in the league is now so far ahead of his time. Yeah, And if and if teams had valued the three point line back then, as much as they do today, Michael and Scottie would have been fined three point shooter, right? There's no doubt about it. I mean, they would have been More than capable with their skill sets..
"minkowski" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"What are you doing. What i'm doing is helping you. And if you had any idea what i've had to do to keep you safe to keep your friends safe. You'd never stop thanking me. You want to shoot me. Shoot me but let's get on with it. What's it gonna be try so help me. God i will turn this resurrection vein around kids. Don't cut this crap out My god just a maga- ben linus as clark griswold. Yeah oh my god. I just love ben being so incredulous and furious about this like do you guys have been doing. Do you understand. John locke to death for you. He stressed out. Ben stressed out. He up this really tight time line right now. He only has jack and son. He's really blown this whole operation and they're talking and now even jack is talking about shooting him and he's like what the hell on come on. Well i'm doing all this. I'm dragging myself over. La in this damn van for you and you're going to question me about it. That's it just kill me now plays. This isn't even like an attempt to challenge your prowess. I'm actually asking for you to shoot me at this moment. 'cause i don't want to go through with it any longer. Yes yes. I just love it. I think it's really funny. Incredulous benjamin linus is a great version of that character. I i want to ask about jack's choice in this scene i'll paraphrase son. Why does jack telling sundays now. Yeah i don't know. I think like it's their first conversation a long time. You do get the sense that she be lined back home and we'd never Like get another interaction between her and the others other than hurley and like you know she when she and talk they're total strangers so it's like he's probably as he's been moving closer to the idea of we have to go back has been feeling like you know all of this bubbling back to the surface. So it's like it's first chance to say anything. Thirty minutes is an awkward car. Ride to not say anything. Yeah you can only play so many punch. Buggy games or shoot buggy. I suppose every time you see a volkswagen puck ben. Yeah be i mean. Maybe it's just because we've already seen this scene right of sun saying to kate. It's not your fault. I don't blame me for this. That it did feel a little redundant to me to have jack also like but i'm sorry by the way and says it's not your fault but i think from jack's perspective it would make sense that he'd he'd feel the need to do it especially for jack who single-handedly foist blame onto himself for doing this. Despite the fact that he literally had nothing to do with that scene. I was really frank lupita so it was like we have to keep going. Gin has to stay behind. yes a cot. We needed to listen to that. Because michael emerson lake. Michael emerson almost deserves. It's not a huge ben episode in ben's kind of falling apart but just for that lake tirade. I'm white half tempted. Because i think it's a fun michael emerson performance because a new version of benjamin linus when when benn when kimmy kills alex that has version of enraged ben that we haven't seen before but this is almost like frustrated. Ben like at the end of his rope then feels different. There's a different type of anchor coming from him and i. It is a lot of fun. Yeah so that's what's going on. Is there anything off island. That competes with us. No right i mean. I know kind of cool to see like desmond show back up but they sort of rushed through that. Yeah well also we should also mention that at the end here desmond is also going to be benjamin linus for the first time these characters hadn't either neither spoken to each other nor favor really even made eye contact. They only saw each other at the wreckage when the groups divided up at the beginning of season four but they've never encountered each other whatsoever up to this point which is really weird to think about. Yeah just hasn't really happened. But they're going to have we're going to have very significant ben in sun storyline. Or at least they're gonna spend significant amount of time together right. They're going to be like the partnership throughout two thousand and seven for quite some time. Correct correct all right. So let's keep going. We see that. Charlotte is just babbling. Nonsense like why. Can't daddy come with us. She's on the ferris wheel. Right now with minkowski Then she's like at some way. Dj's set oh my gosh. Turn it up. Geronimo jackson could have been dj dom talking about time travel. He was putting on some toronto jackson. Cds make sense from hurley's perspective. It's possible it could be. It could be a drama jackson concert. Not drive shaft though No that'd be. I mean she is british but i feel like she would be more in the suck shaft camp and the drive shaft. That's possible she's more of a dirt spigot fan so everyone's like okay. There was another flash. We need to go. We're all going to die if we don't like we can't lever and then they're like you stay with her. I'm going to stay cool. You know again. Maybe that's the fact that day is not necessarily a character that anyone here is emotionally attached to even miles at this point that they're like yeah. Okay bye have fun and this is the last basie of charlotte to technically speaking. Yeah and there's like that real like even like miles is just sort of like okay. Like mouse's even really have like a big moment. Yeah and so. This is where so. Going to provide some intel. Here right she's gonna tell locke sawyer points out. Well hell we get to the orca. There might not be there anymore. Charlotte does say. Hey go to the well. When endow which is a good message the way do wonder in retrospect ended up at the orchid and it was nowhere to be found like would probably look at the well and be like this close enough. Let me go down. I don't know if i need charlotte's pointers necessarily so ferret is gonna stick around as all these nose bleeding fools trek through the jungle. It is scary now. Because everybody's getting nosebleeds except for lock lock doesn't have one yet i mean. At least he is not he wipes it more. Well listen lock also is used to predict lied boy. Yeah he's used to being covered in blood so i think nobody pays attention writes like. Oh there's blood on lock that's unusual to do as this is actually a surprisingly slim juliette episode bride. You'll love the moment of her. Saying what are the odds. We would end up at the same time as the orchid. Cut the orca disappearing. Yes this episode is brought to you by. Hp instant inc. No one is reading your mind. But hp instant inc knows when you're printers running low and send you new cartridges. So you never have to think about inc save up to fifty percent you'll pay less than five dollars a month for inc and never run out again. Find out if your printer is eligible and enroll today at hp instant inc dot com conditions apply for details visit. Hp dot com slash. Instant inc spotify support for this podcast comes from invent together. According to studies less than thirteen percent of all inventors who hold. Us patent are women black and hispanic college graduates patent at half the rate of their white counterparts but we can fix that by increasing participation in innovation and patenting by underrepresented groups. It would quadruple. The number of american inventors and increase annual gdp by almost one trillion dollars. Invent together is a coalition of companies universities and concerned citizens committed to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to invent and patent because the more diverse. The american patent system gets the stronger and more successful. our nation will become. What can you.
"minkowski" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Which is retired right after the greatest moment you've ever had in the previous had seven of them, But I'm just saying, like Bill Walsh to another guy who just stepped down after the Super Bowl. Like you retire a champion Randy Cross. He did the same thing like retiring as a champion. I think that's pretty meaningful rather than Your last look at somebody like that, Where you remember last year Tom Brady ended his career as a patriot by throwing a pick six in his own stadium. I mean, that was terrible. So I would start thinking if I'm Tom Brady. I'm thinking, like, win one and just walk away. Dude, Enough's enough. How How long is this craziness gonna go? Here's his belief is that he? As long as he keeps playing, he will win one. I know it's a problem. Problem is, I can't prove him wrong either. He keeps doing it. Yeah. I mean, you know, he's so his belief is Yeah, I'm gonna win one Do we need to do we need to settle the score the old fashioned way. Like the OK corral like a west like a wild West shootout where you got Do we need to see garages facing off against Tommy and the in the NFC Championship? That's the others. This morning is Garoppolo. And that is when you said NFC Championship. You're assuming being the NFC. Because the other story here we go there we got a hit is from Greg Madara to Boston Sports Journal. Now, you know, I don't know how dialed he isn't mean Belichick built. It doesn't leak stuff. Stuff does not get leaked out of New England if you noticed, But however, the Boston sports Journal podcast with Greg, but guard Reports that plan a for the Patriots because they have no quarterback right now than Jared. Stick him. Do that stadium pats have no QB? Yeah, Plan A is to bring back Jimmy G. You know, England told you Is this what people were thinking? When you know the Niners called Carolina? Would you do you trade Jimmy to Boston and you? You bring in Teddy Bridgewater, Or who do you draft? You draft Justin Fields. What do you do? It's all still on the table. E mean for Jimmy. It's just another day. I know I'll do another another side that nobody loves you. Nobody wants you. I mean, we have John. I'm a Garoppolo guy. I got my hand up. We have the John Lynch quote where he said he thought he was staying. But of course we endorsed him. But Johnny wins goes on your screen. Now that drives up the price. That means Belichick calls and says, OK, instead of a third rounder, I'll give you a second rounder. Let me it's a question Eyes seriously, do you do look at John Lynch is because I don't see evidence or history of John Lynch being a smokescreen guy. I don't see. He seems to be a pretty straight shooter. Yeah, but when you're when you're when you're playing poker with trade ships, you've got to be a somewhat of a negotiator, don't you? Yeah, but isn't there a part of this whole thing were made. He said the forest doctor was staying and then traded him. You kill me now, Now you're killing me. You had to bring up Defoe. I still miss that guy terribly do. Look at the don't even get me going so that you give the thumbs down on that one, but that that allowed them to keep George Kittle. You know, And do you like cattle? I love kids, but I need him on the field to that's the only thing I don't get enough to handle. Armstead, too, So, But, yeah, Here's this with Brady Schefter reports the two sides to make good Momenta toward an agreement that would extend Brady stay with team he would turn 45 in August of 2022. Enough's enough here only that, but he would he would help them with the salary cap, which is another thing he does. Cause they have you know, they have issues with the Captain. Got shocked Bear it And they got guys like that. Donna Consuela, Lavonte, David Chris Godwin. Rob Minkowski are all free agents. So anyway, just catch you up on that, but then in terms of Jimmy That's the latest and greatest. Now there's all gonna get ramped up. Polly Free Agency starts a week from third week from Wednesday. ST Patrick's Day a week from Wednesday, and that's when all hell's gonna break loose man that's gonna break loose. We're gonna break loose. All kind of hell gonna break loose once, Bobby a bear gets in the game Seriously, so I don't know. I mean, trading him toe. Trading him to New England. I sure would. I'd ride with him. I really wouldn't root for him hard. All he ever did was just trying to win games here. What's that is what I'm going to say, though, Like she just gonna drive me up the frickin wall at some point, But like, what's everybody gonna say? Like God forbid Garoppolo, But for me, this is me now but God forbid, Garoppolo Ghost in New England peels off of 13 3 season Now the Pats have home field throughout their in Fox borough again, and they got corrupt low like you know what I'm saying? Is that what you really want to see? And then you go like that guy used to be with us. Well, here's Chris Simms, who we believe has a line into Kyle Shanahan. Yeah, I like Chris. Mum's sent out a tweet this morning. He said three options. I see for the 40 Niners to upgrade the Here we go. Here we go. Number one sign a better back up for Jimmy G. No more suffering and blowing winnable games if he's out, So that's always been one where you keep Jimmy and you sign Andy Dalton, right? What about Andy Dalton? What about him? Yeah, he says, number two second option is to draft there. New guy I see in. Sim says I see six guys with first round talent. Okay, Okay. That means you're looking like a maybe a Mack Jones. I don't I don't necessarily want Mack Jones is the one of Maggie He says. Your third option is to trade for Sam Donald. Where you with that hole in there like that whole thing about Santa. There's no difference in Donald Garoppolo is that we'll see some people around here telling you that Donald is it has the potential could become a great quarterback. But he's just been stuck in the wrong system with the Jets. I What do you say to that? Well, he also I would tell you that he, uh, Donald somebody traced back to his senior year. USC did not perform that well, either. So, um, I'm not in love with Donald. I'm not okay. I'm not. I got you think he could become something great tone if he had maybe so young, so young. It's hard to tell guys get in situations. Guys get coaches, guys get playbooks. And, uh, all those people out there the more if I'm sure you've heard them like the voices that say, Watch out, Donald this common not to San Francisco, but that he will be You know good for you, but I mean, sometimes you see what you see from a guy in a short period time and they're done like, for example, they're done with two attack of a look. I put like to play two snaps. They're done with him in Miami's Yeah, that's going on. That's great. I think it all leads up to this. Polly when you know the storm clouds brew help me Rob close, just hanging out saying What did I do wrong? He had to go put a dime in the jukebox, right Spider Oh, pay tribute. Okay..
"minkowski" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"It destroyed the structure in which those people worked. And so you had, like Republican School board members who often you know were a bit at odds with with the local teachers union or whatever. What we go through all these negotiations and get a contract While one act 10 came. There was no union to negotiate with And this left this big void and so even people that were nominally on the other side of the union if you would, um, were left without a structure and they didn't appreciate it. Um, they To this day, Um school boards and school Rural school district administrator's complain about not having the structure they had when the unions were present. To establish salaries and benefits and working conditions and stuff like that. It's something that's kind of lost. I don't think you know, I don't know if most people understand that that this was not exactly popular, um with people on school boards and school district administrators. Uh, chip? Uh, Charlie, you're out there, you know, in rural Wisconsin, Can you talk about other impacts? Uh, on on farmers on communities broader than the schools. In song, would it Because I know a lot of people it was wanna you know, there was one big demonstration at the time. Of farmers that came in from all over the place a tractor tractor procession around the capital. They understood certainly what would what it meant for smaller rural communities in rural life. Yeah, in LA And so that was focused. As I said on the schools were unhappy with this and that, But there was like funny, you know, funny. Odd you did. You saw people like I said, I'm no school boards that were Republicans. Probably voted for Walker. But this was not working for them. So like with, you know, I mean beyond the farmers. I mean, this thing affected our county workers Now we didn't have a Cockney contract for You know all the workers of the colony, which is really big in a rural area, because that's the people that do the snow plowing and stuff like that, you know. So, um, there was a lot of effect now. As far as farmers go, um one thing that I noticed with locker administration and the rural population was They didn't really They had a lot of support there. But when on the ground in the nitty gritty, they didn't have a lot of understanding of a lot of the rural issues. Um, now they had supporters who did. Stuff like that. But the administration itself was not really all that conversant with rural issues. Andre. I saw that when I went to their press conference is held in rural areas at first, and that was also An initial thing, and they got a little better than better out in their second term. 2566 to 8 to 56. Thank you, Charlie 6 to 8 to 56 2001 Extension nine. What were your experiences at the time off the Wisconsin uprising? Were you at the Capitol? Were you in the occupation? Where you in the processions. The marches to Um, what do you come away with? What were the takeaways for you at the time on now that you reflect back Look back, uh, over this past 10 years. What do you think about was it was it worth it? Uh, What did you learn? Give us a call again. Six till 8 to 56, 2000 and One extension ninth. What? What did you learn What What were the lessons learned? What people see is longer term impacts things that I noticed that the time that were discussed that much was kind of difference to leadership. On the leadership of the mobilization and how it shifted from rank and file initiative, um, to leadership of Democratic politicians. On trade Union officials and people have written about this, that they those folks in those positions accustomed to existing patterns of behavior, practices of politics as usual business and what is so sometimes refer to Which I've talked about on this program of various guess business or vending machine unionism that is the rank and file puts its money in the in the slot. On and gets something in return, but his demobilized, not active and in a sense, uh, the union leadership in many instances, and the Democratic politicians not capable in cable are unable to just to a totally Um, new, spontaneous, volatile and rapid, unaccustomed situation. Willy. Hi. You're on the year. Yeah, I remember the first day I went down there and there was I was surprised to see a band. I think they were sponsored by the fireman playing bagpipes. Remember. It was kind of difficulty sleeping on the on the on those marble marble terrazzo floors of the capital. It's kind of chilly. But it was also a lot of fun. There's almost one is being back in the sixties, although, uh, I still missed. I still miss the tear gas from them. Um, it was just a lot of fun, and it was unfortunate that it turned out badly and subways inspires willing anything. I also remember one day Were you there The day that, um It was a day when Who was there and who bright Bart, who died? Not long after I was there, Vicki McKenna. The extreme stupid right wing host on Bond. 6 20, Milwaukee and Sarah Palin was there that day, too, dear? Um, what were you there that day? I, um I don't remember Willie. No. Sure I do. Remember Sarah Palin. There's a big difference Trish in against her at that time. Thanks for your call. The lines are lighting up a little bit, so we're gonna proceed right alone. Uh, hi, Paul. You're on the air. No, I, uh want to mention a couple of the books about the uprising and one was written by John Nichols. Very fine. But the other one was called. It started in Wisconsin, which turns out to be in on the fortunate title, but it was edited by very job you'll and myself. And contained the Malaj of Ah White range number of writers. They poke Minkowski Charity Smith from the TA Met Rothchild, Roger Bybee. Ah ah, and a bunch of other Ruth Conniff, Mary Batory..
"minkowski" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Suddenly last year at the age of sixty six. At the time we released an audiobook recording of what went wrong. Two thousand three address to the conference unity of catholic clergy in which father mankowski presents an excellent analysis of how the catholic clerical sexual abuse crisis occurred. It has since gone on to become one of our most popular audiobook episodes which isn't surprising father. Mankowski was a brilliant priest who worked tirelessly for catholic renewal and who wrote for years at catholic culture dot org under the pseudonym. Diana janis this due to impositions placed upon him by his superiors as phil lawler wrote in his tribute to father mankowski. When told that he could not right under his own name without censorship he used pseudonyms when told that he could not write under a pseudonym he stopped and so the catholic world was denied. What might have been a treasure trove of lively and inciteful pros. Thankfully what has been left behind has lost none of its power and relevance father minkowski is words in fact often read as if they were written just yesterday that was certainly the case with his address on what went wrong as it is with. Today's reading his description of what he calls the phenomenon of the tame priest this episode should be of particular interest to priests. But if you like me have looked with increasing bewilderment and frustration at the action or better put in action of members of the church's clergy especially among our bishops then tames in clerical life..
"minkowski" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"No 1 to 3 inches possible by morning Low 28 Tomorrow cloudy day with a high of 36. It is 23 degrees right now, since I police investigating a shooting death that happened this morning, a Mount Auburn victim found in an apartment building on Auburn at Southern. We don't have any other details. What happened to a tri state attorney missing from a state park in Tennessee? Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says they found the car 42 year old James Cook sick in a parking lot of Commons false but they haven't located him. He was last seen entering the park on Wednesday. His law license was just suspended for failing to respond to a complaint against him, who say have been working part time for the Butler County Public defender's office. Speeding may be to blame for a deadly crash over the weekend in college Hill police a 26 year old Lou Gamble was killed. When his car went left of center on West North Bend Road hit a vehicle coming the opposite direction. Impeachment trial of former President Trump is set to get underway in the Senate this week, New poll finds support for a conviction Even though Trump's left off you ABC NEWS It's this poll shows. A majority of Americans say Trump should be convicted this time and barred from holding federal office. Ever again. And this trial, unlike the last is expected to focus less on witness testimony and more on video from the deadly insurrection. That's a B C's Andrew Dime. Berta would take 67 senators to vote to convict the former president. That would mean 17 Republicans would have to side with the 50. Democrats to vote to impeach It's a seven Super Bowl and fifth M V P title. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers dominated Kansas City and Super Bowl 55. Everybody believed we could win so that You know, I think through the last No, really all year. We believe that ourselves. Coaches believed in us. We believed in ourselves and again. We're going up against a great team tonight. And just happy We got the job done. Brady threw for three touchdowns. Two of them the fellow former Patriot Robert Minkowski. Segel have much more on the big game coming up in sports 6 40 winter weather advisories up for the Tri state. Your forecast is next seven ever. W w News time 6 34 High Cincinnati Everybody knows there are things in life that make total sense. Like switching to Geico. They offered 24 7 access to licensed agents and have a 97% customer satisfaction reading other things make no sense.
"minkowski" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"If we had a name if we nice if he came to a union meeting and said the same thing, But I think it's I think it's made up. Yeah. Um, So this guy goes on and and he talked about a lot of things and talked about systematic separation of migrant families as a means to deter. Would be asylum seekers. He just goes on and on and on talks about things. And then he interviews Gil curler cost. He's a former commissioner of U. S customs and border protection under Obama. Well. I never liked Colonel Kowski. Yeah. Um Janikowski was Commissioner. What did he do? I need you to fix Minkowski was the commissioner when we're having the kids in the cage is right. Now he's on a high horse saying, Oh, this is the problem we do when you had the ability to fix something that was a problem. You didn't do anything? Yep. Now you're gonna you're gonna talk. And I attribute that to be honest, and he And I've never really Lean on this, but it's it's the truth. So you have individuals. Like Brandon Judd. Throw myself in the mix. That have been talking about a lot of issues for quite some time. But now that you got these guys that retire, and now all of a sudden Oh, let me talk about the problems, but, dude, why didn't you talk about the problem when you were in the agency? Why don't you talk about trying to fix the problems when you were in a pretty position of leadership to try and fix those problems? Yeah. Where were you? It. That's some of the problems and then I turned around and I see Some of these issues, and I think it's I think I'm very emotional about it today, Andy because I'm seeing what's happening in D, C and So what happened in Portland? What happened in Seattle in Seattle. They took over city blocks. They got rid of the cops. They destroyed a police precinct. That was okay. Right? You know, it just makes you wonder. It makes you wonder. I'm hearing people. I see people that talk on social media and they say What's happening the sea bring in the National Guard. It's okay to go after American people now with the National Guard. But Seattle wasn't Oh, there's bean and it goes back to this. This reporter Turned around. He's talking smack. Boer attack teams were deployed under leadership of chap Chad Wolf. I'll tell you what did I talk a lot about a lot of leaders within the agency because Frankly, I think some of them Wrong and a lot of things. Chad Wolf. He's a solid assault. It could be I really liked your wolf. I'll say it here, you know, I mean, I don't know if he's gonna stay past this administration. I doubt it. But hey, I like the guy. The end of the day. But a lot of people they turn around. And They moved everything around, they say different things. The way they want to do it. One of the things that this reporter talks about is further evidence of polyp. Politicization emerged in October when they're saying that NBC News revealed the DHS directed Personnel to make sympathetic statements about Kyle Rittenhouse. Now Some people may remember Karen House is a 70 year old that was accused of that is accused Of murdering two people and wounding the third at a black lives matter. Protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Remember that right? So they're saying that the directed followed comments that President Trump had made suggesting that in house Announce spoken supporter of administration had acted in self defense. And as the election grew near D attempts, DHS amped up the rhetoric of approaching danger, with Border Patrol, producing a fictionalized video of an immigrant knifing an American citizen to death. And what Wolf and Cuccinelli Turing battleground states where they warned of evil people who seek to travel United States with the intent of alarming in killing Americans. Folks, I'm gonna tell you right now because I've seen Because I've experienced People that are attempting to enter our country illegally. Regardless of what race they are. Have become violent. They become violent towards our agents. They throw Uh, Rock Center agents. Day. At times they get the 40 ounce bottles of beer. They dumped them. They fill them with with rocks. They fill them with dirt. Then they use those as projectiles. We have agents that are out there patrolling numerous areas of the border throughout the entire north and south that do get attacked. There's pictures out there to prove it. We're Agents were being thrown rocks at them through windows and you know agents were Getting seriously hurt. There was a picture that was put out. By. I believe Mike Matzke out there in L. Central California. Where there were individuals from the Mexican side that worth throwing axes. That agents. There's a picture of an acts that is, uh In in one of the doors and it's it's destroyed in one it, Z. Just embedded in one of the doors from one day through it. And and and it's and I've had. I've been Rocked. I've been attacked. I've had to go hands on. At times. There's there's violence in that border. And for these people to say, producing fictional videos. It's insane to me. It's insane to me, especially when I'm looking at it. And some of these people they're talking or are former Leaders within the agency that we're here or were you it's similar to The individual. I forget his name. But he was he was part of the Internal affairs division. And he says, Oh, he saw these bad things to join in charge of Internal affairs. That's where you were. You're the police police. And and you could have made a difference, and you didn't make that difference. So when I hear that.
"minkowski" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And the piece should never run with photographs in the past believer, not, um, occasionally a picture but very, very occasionally, whereas Santa fe dot com has encouraged me to submit photos, so That's a nice new additional element to the column. The visual Probably not only encouraging, but that more than marry her. Maybe add video a some point as well, Correct. Yeah, We could do that, though I'm not much of a Not much of a video hand of video and I am getting a little better, But yeah, that's something to be. Possibly brought on going forward, But I'm just really happy. That piece is going to be published every Thursday, Um on Santa Fe dec dot com and I assume it's going to be archived so that previous pieces can be seen and They're easily shared s O. I'm hopeful that they'll actually be more people reading the piece. Um than the days it was just in print. Over the course of almost three decades. Daniel what's been the focus of snow tracks. Well, it's I bill. It is a regional look at the snow sports, seeing, um It's it covers both skiing and snowboarding, essentially the same. I feel in my eyes just a different way to get down the slope. So I often say just a word skiing. Let's go skiing around on the ski slopes, but it really applies to snowboarders and skiers. And basically, it's a look at what's happening on the slopes in terms of special events. People in the industry whether they're scary managers, or they blow the snow, where they make the snow with a forecast the snow or they've run a ski shop Minkowski value for 25 or 30 years like Ellen's death. S o. Its people and places. I also go on the road occasionally from out of state, Um, to Utah and elsewhere that I report about Basically, it covers all the skiers in New Mexico plus southern Colorado, which includes a monarch. Crested Butte, Telluride Purgatory and Wolf Creek on dive covered Silverton. Marginally in the past, but, um I find their operations kind of kind of kind of odd, and I'm not. I haven't been covering them their activities in the last few years. You probably started after Ah couple of resorts in southern Colorado closed. Stoner and Hesperus. I remember Stoner. You could still see the runs. There s Oh, yeah, There's those cool little mom and pop traffic areas which Mexico we still have a couple of There's one down by cloud cried right called Cloudcroft. Right. It's tiny. It has 700 vertical feet. Um and three lefts one chair. So New Mexico has a great great ski community and a great ski history. I'm actually working on a book right now. For Arcadia Publishing. That's a visual history of New Mexico's ski community that goes back, You know, 1932. They started skiing in the same deal, so it's one of the oldest ski scenes in the West. Of course we had. We had European scientists coming over to New Mexico, and they needed someplace to ski because that was that was important to them. And it was important to the lab without Los Alamos National Lab's because you needed to keep him happy and And keep him fit to keep them around. Keep him working. All right. Our guests. Daniel Gibson, are you looking for help on that book? Are you looking for photographs? Your stories? Come on. Yeah, we're looking for for photographs. It's largely these books Arcadia history. Syriza's almost all visual is just one long captions. And so we don't need a ton of details, History but Um, because we've been compiling that I have a partner on this project J. Blackwood, who was the longtime manager Sandia Peak Tramway, who's acquired quite a collection of historic photos. He's actually the director of the New Mexico Ski History Museum. Which is news to a lot of people that there even is such a including myself. Yeah, it's it's the base of the Sandia Peak Tram way cool and is really fantastic little collection of of ski memorabilia and photos and stories. And so Jay and I are working together on this and we've actually found tremendous Amount of historic photos, but we're always looking for more, um And particularly if anyone knows of any photographs of minors in the late 18 hundreds early 19 hundreds that were scheming in Mexico at about give chop off my right finger, really one of those because Yeah, they were skiing and Colorado and California at that time, the miners and communities like Twining up in Tau Ski Valley. We found pictures of men onto bargains and playing in the snow, but have yet to find Ski image from that era. So if anybody out there knows of that Please reach out to the Richard if you would or me directly and Um, I'll follow up on that Our guest is Daniel Gibson here and experience. New Mexico now writing snow tracks on and four Santa fe dot Calm. It'll come out every Thursday with new information about skiing and snowboarding. Also cross country skiing, Daniel, You cover that as well. We do. It's not really the focus because there's there's far fewer little out cross country skiing than doing downhill. You know, I'd probably 10 to 1. I would say at least Downhillers worth his cross country. But, yeah, I always do cover across the country. There's some great annual events in New Mexico, like the trauma Chili Classic Cross country race is and Oh, they do all kinds of things that their clinics and your to your scheme and back countries, no snowshoeing, and that's so typically every year and Late January, though I expect this year, Probably it Z gonna be curtailing. Yeah. Is that the in China's force? No, that's yet a different area. That's Jenna forces right outside of Red River on it is a dedicated cross country ski area and snow. Sure area with Some 25 kilometers of trails and Europe's that you can stay in overnight, which is really a fun experience. The traumas scene is less Organized on they do pack and groom a trail north of town upon Congress. Pass, um, typically for about six weeks every winter. But mostly up in charm. It's kind of a do it yourself, Um, scene Alright, Daniel, we may need to do this occasionally throughout the ski season. I'm learning a lot already. Daniel Gibson is our guest. Take a break and we'll come back. We'll talk about what we know right now about the opening of the ski season. In a season of Co vid.
"minkowski" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Portal and gets a lot of traffic and visitation. And the piece had never run with photographs in the past believer or not, um, occasionally a picture but very, very occasionally, whereas Santa fe dot com has encouraged me to submit photos, so that's a nice new additional element to the column. The visual Probably not only encouraging, but Blackmore, the marry her maybe had video a some point as well, Correct. Yeah, We could do that, though I'm not much of a Not much of a video hand of video and I am getting a little better, But yeah, that's something to be. Possibly brought on going forward, But I'm just really happy. That piece is going to be published every Thursday on Santa Fe, Dec dot com, and I assume it's going to be archived so that previous pieces can be seen and They're easily shared s O. I'm I'm hopeful that they'll actually be more people reading the piece. Um than the days it was just in print. Over the course of almost three decades. Daniel what's been the focus of snow tracks. Well, it's I build. It is a regional look at the snow sports seeing, um it's it covers both skiing and snowboarding, essentially the same. I feel in my eyes just a different way to get down the slope. So I often say just a word skiing. Let's go skiing around on the ski slopes but really applies to snowboarders and skiers. And basically, it's a look at what's happening on the slopes in terms of special events. People in the industry whether they're skier your managers, or they blow the snow, where they make the snow with a forecast the snow or, um, they've run a ski shop Minkowski value for 25 or 30 years like Ellen's death. S o. Its people and places. I also go on the road occasionally from out of state, Um, to Utah and elsewhere that I report about Basically, it covers all the skiers in New Mexico plus southern Colorado, which includes a monarch. Crested Butte, Telluride Purgatory and Wolf Creek on dive covered Silverton. Marginally in the past, but, um I find their operations kind of kind of kind of odd, and I'm not. I haven't been covering them their activities in the last few years. You probably started after Ah couple of resorts in southern Colorado closed. Stoner and has press I remember Stoner like you could still see the runs. There s Oh, yeah, There's those cool little mom and pop ski areas which Mexico we still have a couple of There's one down by cloud Carides, right called Cloudcroft. Right. It's time you does. 700 vertical feet, Um and three lefts one chair. So New Mexico has a great great ski community and a great ski history. Um, I'm actually working on a book right now. For Arcadia Publishing. Um, that's a visual history of New Mexico's ski community that goes back. You know, 1932 they started skiing in the Sandy is so it's one of the oldest ski scenes in the West. Of course we had. We had European scientists coming over to New Mexico, and they needed someplace to ski because that was that was important to them. And it was important to the lab without Los Alamos National Lab's because you needed to keep him happy and And keep him fit to keep them around. Keep him working. All right. Our guests. Daniel Gibson, are you looking for help on that book? Are you looking for photographs or stories? Come on. Yeah, we're looking for for photographs. It's largely these books Arcadia history. Syriza's almost all visual is just one long captions. And so I don't need a ton of details, History but Um, because we've been compiling that I have a partner on this project J. Blackwood, who was the longtime manager of Sandia Peak Tramway, who's acquired quite a collection of historic photos. He's actually the director of the New Mexico Ski History Museum, which is news to a lot of people that there even is such a institution in myself. Yeah, It's just the base of the Sandia Peak Tram way cool and is really fantastic little collection of of ski memorabilia and photos and stories. And so Jay and I working together on this and we've actually found tremendous Amount of historic photos, but we're always looking for more, um I am particularly if anyone knows of any photographs of minors in the late 18 hundreds early 19 hundreds that were scheming in Mexico at about give chop off my light fingered really one of those because Yeah, they were skiing and Colorado and California at that time, the miners and communities like Twining up in Tau Ski Valley. We found pictures of men onto bargains and playing in the snow, but have yet to find Ski image from that era. So if anybody out there knows of that Police reach out to the two Richard if you would or me directly and Um, I'll follow up on that Our guest is Daniel Gibson here on experience. New Mexico now writing snow tracks on and four Santa fe dot Calm. It'll come out every Thursday with new information about skiing and snowboarding. Also cross country skiing, Daniel, You cover that as well. We do. It's not really the focus because there's there's far fewer little out cross country skiing than doing downhill. You know it probably 10 to 1. I would say at least Downhillers worth his cross country. But yeah, I always do cover across the country. There's some great annual events in the Mexico like the trauma Chili Classic Cross country race is and Oh, they do all kinds of things that their clinics and your to your skiing back countries, no snowshoeing, and that's so typically every year and Late January, though I expect this year Probably it Z gonna be curtailing. Yeah. Is that the enchanted Forest? No, that's yet a different area. That's Jenna forces right outside of Red River on it is a dedicated cross country ski area and snow. Sure area with Some 25 kilometers of trails and yours that you can stay in overnight, which is really a fun experience the charm has seen is less Organized they do pack and groom a trail north of town upon Congress. Pass, um, typically for about six weeks every winter. But mostly up in charm. It's kind of a do it yourself. Uhm seem alright, Daniel, we may need to do this occasionally throughout the ski season. I'm learning a lot already. Daniel Gibson is our guest. Take a break and we'll come back. We'll talk about what we know right now about the opening of the ski season. In a season of co vid 19 back with.
"minkowski" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast
"I mean sometimes for example when you see trails, it's almost home if you're seeing, you know a few seconds in one moment, right? That's true. You are yes, interesting. Another interesting aspect about that is that yeah. There is no absolute species present dog. In this is no objective reality as to how long the speech is present is it's conditioned by experience itself. So then by taking psychedelic experience psychedelics, you're actually changing that generation, which is important in terms of understanding the nature of time in itself. I should also say with regards of time and you know, minkowski Einsteins maths teacher wage and I sent himself of course claim time was the fourth dimension of space. Yeah, and and that means really a nice and said in a letter to a bereaved Widow that often physics don't really believe in time. You know, this is an illusion created by our minds. So again, if that were to be the case, I mean that's now physics rather than metaphysics. But if there were to be the case then again the Psychedelic experience will not yield you may hallucinations about time and species presence on it. It might actually give you Theoretical knowledge in other words real knowledge. Yes, so I suppose again. My point is is negative and I should be very careful about tagging things with the notion of Old Nation or Illusion when we don't know the real reality of the world the universe and even of course Mankowski einsteinian relativity is you know, it's not universally agreed-upon and it doesn't of course famously here with quantum physics. So we know that science has not reached the end yet. We know that for sure physicists disagree in fundamental ways. The nature of reality is like for example, whether there are eleven Dimensions or three or four. So before we know that we can't say that, you know, someone seeing eleven dimensions on DM TV is a hallucination that not right. That's a fantastic place in which to stop. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and your wisdom with us and wage..
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Evidence For The Virtual Domain
"Iphones. This is daily Brett. We've been speaking about the non-local of virtual domain habitual reality. It is not a figment of imagination. It is fundamental and it is real by the twentieth century. Scientists were able to approve of the existence of non-local intelligence a what we call the virtual domain of pure potentialities. So I of course. Scientists became aware as a result of the discovery of poetry called Particle Physics and the result of the discovery of Subatomic particles. They became aware that because part of what we call a wave packet so particles simultaneously waves a possibility. An actual entities as little fundamental units of mass energy. In any given moment existence is both wavelike and Barca like which means at any given moment it exists as potentially than actuality that something called the Heisenberg uncertainty principle that just part of this understanding and it says that until we measure location or momentum wave particles are both waves and particles at the same time but once we decided to measure location or momentum. Then we choose whether we want to experience reality. As waves or as particles a fourth principle would be the two events that are correlated in two different locations might in fact the movements of a single happening the very idea of two separate locations maybe a perceptual artifact and then of course in physics. There's something else call minkowski eight dimensional hyperspace the distance here between two events. No matter how separate they appear to be in space. Time is always zero. Always zero interesting isn't it? Which means distance itself is an artifact all this new science is suggesting a level of existence where we are all inseparably one separation may just be an illusion. This is part of something. Called the Einstein. Polski Rosen thought experiment famously. Expressed in nineteen thirty. Five I believe as the Einstein Brodsky Rosen equation thought experiment if you have understood all these principles and you can take your time to go over. What I've said you'll realize little slowly that all these principles also arise
"minkowski" Discussed on Surprisingly Brilliant
"Interim teaming insulin. I say insulin why you say in insult him with this. Us and they must be now. I think you say yeah. I've always said Everybody said Insulin. Interesting anyways. More than that. It's it's going to be a story about how an important discovery at she comes about. How team grows around it the steps you have to go through to test and develop a new drug and how then spreads to the wider world? Amazing Oh and it's GonNa Feature Dot called Marjorie. Oh my God. I can't wait to I. Welcome back to surprisingly brilliant. This is a scientist re podcast from secret. That tells the stories of surprising yet. Brilliant discoveries ideas people or maybe I am married Hans Berger. I'm so excited to be listening to this story today on foot. I am the storyteller for this episode. Which means that. You don't know anything about this. With Armani we're GONNA start with diabetes to find out when we I use the term diabetes and in doing so I discovered this amazing thing which is called the EIB is papyrus way on papyrus is named after George Ebays. He's the Guy who bought this particular papyrus eighteen sixty two and then he publishes it was originally found over two and a half thousand years ago around five hundred fifty be say between the legs of a mummy essentially of course Islam. The it was the first son off diabetes in the history of medicine. Visit text contains probably the fast treatment of this bizarre Muslim. Quite bizarre three to meant consistent off the Cox son off Leblanc's we green and other substances day a municipal the passions a concoction of what lessons wheat grain and other stuff as a treatment for diabetes. Yes down the pirates. Scroll Yeah exactly now. This is Dr Nicola but a Gutsy. My Name Is Karna. I am many Dr. Count me postdoctoral after the Yard University in Toronto on target Kinda that bit in the papyrus that's of interest to drug endocrinologists doctors who an endocrinologist Dr his interested in the endocrine system which doesn't really help definition but the endocrine system is the clans that produced the hormones that control metabolism and your growth and development and sexual function sleep and mood and all those sorts of things everything important the be. Yeah essentially the papyrus that the endocrinologists are interested in is when it talks about urine which is to plentiful which is a common symptom of diabetes. That is written in this papyrus all the way back in five hundred BC and go. There was some debate as often actually reads eliminate year in which is to. Asha is the word they use. That word Asha combat mean plentiful and often so it could be describing polly urea which is an increased volume of urine an increased frequency of paying which is more cystitis rather than diabetes also believed to be mentioned in ancient Indian and Chinese texts to say I think we agree that this notion of diabetes as something that people suffering with has been around one hundred hundred hundred years exactly and people are trying to come up solutions for it since the time we notice. It's a problem exactly. The name actually came one hundred fifty years later though. Their diabetes is a Click Tama of the Greek diabetes at means because off the high amount of ewing patient to essentially this is of a Greek physician called Iraqi us of Kappa doses. Easy to say IRA TIA's kappa. Doses thinks eightieths. He noticed that the condition causes this constant flow of urine. That we've already mentioned. So he named it diabetes. Which essentially is Greek for a siphon? Okay I spent some sense so we know it's a problem where we've given it a name. It's common enough that we have a name for it. How do we treat it? Best treatment was diets like a really strict diet. Some diets that were like four hundred and fifty calories. A day patients just died of starvation. Now that's not a solution. I mean. It's a solution to the diabetes. But not as anything else to life. No let's get into. This discovery ventured in which really does revolutionized the treatment of diabetes. Okay but wait so it makes you pee a lot but what why like what's happening in your body. What is what is diabetes. Okay so I can give you some the simpsons right now but I kind of want to park like the science of pets. Symptoms of diabetes urinating often talked about that feeling very thirsty feeling very hungry even a you are eating stream. Fatigue blurry vision having cuts and bruises a slow to heal. They're all symptoms of this thing known as diabetes. And I'M GONNA start a story in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine right to Jim and researches Oscar Hausky and Joseph Von Marrying. They realize that when they remove the pancreas from a dog it develops though symptoms of diabetes and soon dies dogs contributing to science throughout human history. This is so interesting though. Were they actually looking for a cause or treatment for diabetes or just taking various? Oregon's out of don't actually no. I think they were probably doing. Various experiments is my is my guest service. At this point that experiment lease Minkowski. Invol- marrying to the idea that the pancreas is wear what they could pancreatic substances are produced accurate control the metabolism of carbohydrates the breakdown of carbohydrates into sugar. So let's just take a little time out for some pancreas chat at loved to talk about if you WANNA find. Your pancreas is in the optimum roughly halfway between Bellybutton a nipple height. We're both feeling art abdomens here. You WanNa go. Halfway between the two and your pancreas. It's about six inches long. Looks a little bit like a banana. And what does the pancreas do? Essentially job is to release a variety of juices into your bloodstream and your ducts and those digestive juices enzymes as we call them help break down your food dot it so they help us get our energy. We need them to be able to use food to power our bodies. That's what Minkowski INVO marrying realize in one thousand nine hundred nine. If you remove the pen Chris from a dog then they come break down their food. They can't metabolize carbohydrates as they said right and then the dog develops the symptoms of Diabetes. So Fatigue Needing to pee a lot being various thirsty listings to get to inch Lynn for that. We need to jump forward twenty years to nineteen ten and the work of a gentleman with an outstanding name. Already loves NITWIT. Albert Sharpie Schaffer No edgewood Alba Choppy Shaffer sharpie shaffer. You've gotta be kidding. That's amazing this. This guy is conceivable. The files on -nology it Kinda defend. Tamsui tool allows bizarre. Us was probably the Ferguson. Could use the word in the Kleiner enhancer into the world adrenaline. And it's him who also suggests that diabetes doesn't come from the whole pancreas not being there right. Which is what we were thinking that experiment. It's actually down to one. Chemical missing from the pancreas in people with diabetes of those juices. He calls that chemical in insulin which comes from the Latin word in Shilla meaning island. Ooh Wait but why why would you name it? That well I quote because the cells in the islets of Langres. Hans in the pancreas produce it. Let me break down. So the Langa Hans macrophages so that large cells milot's our butts description for an area of tissue so he could insulin after island because the cells that produce it in the pancreas looked like distinct areas of large cells. I e they look like islands. Insular takes you to ensure Lynn. Well you know it's interesting that you mentioned macrophages because isn't there. An immune component to people who have a certain kind of diabetes type one diabetes. Tell me Moammar and I learned recently. The type one diabetes is an auto immune disorder and that blew my mind because I had never heard it referred to as such. And it's because your body is looking at those cells that produce insulin and saying this shouldn't be here. We don't let it get it out and your own body attacks those cells that should be producing insulin by the way. I also read that the name. Insulin could have come from someone else. Jeanne or Joan de Maya discussion okay. So we've covered the where do the name insulin comes from this guy? The father of Endo Chronology has figured out that it's produced by the pancreas and people with diabetes. Just don't have this one particular kind of juice. What IS INSULIN DO? Yeah what is? It is a very good question. I put that to Nicola. An incident in the Tied harm basically is a is a responsible of the optic balls and the. It's absurd so when you eat food only drink something sugary that gets broken down against digested into.
"minkowski" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Six when he died and yet he's a people still talk about twenty six. Okay. Is this time run open? Yes. This is on the two and two time for these south. And this one secures shutout for Sean. On these forts four Chien's all-star incurring broadcaster. The lefty Shawn ESTES on N B R sixteen vs sports leader. Yeah. Last time we spoke with shot, and he was by his pool and his mansion in Arizona with his children, happy and gay. Now, you're on your way to a hotel room where you sit by yourself and wait for the next shows that it, Sean, you got it. Yeah. You know that, you know the drill. Oh, yeah. Congratulations. Your team won yesterday. Is it really a mansion, by the way, bet it is in Arizona. Go ahead, Sean. How many squares square footage of your humble bode? Well, unfortunately, a marriage I had a pretty nice house in Arizona. And then when, when you get divorced, you know, things things happened financially that, you know, you have to take a little bit of a step back and square footage. I guess is what happened. Okay. But but when you're peek at your at your peak, when the marriage was still cooking and, and you were really rolling fat. What was the square footage? What did you max out? It was about sixty two hundred back in the day shit. Yeah. And you're a good sport. We'd all like to come on here and talk about dissolution of marriages, your good guy Shawn's in the eastern corridor. I believe we can get them by walkie-talkie. Let's get right down to it. That's why a guy made a pretty good. Buck moves derozan, right? Yeah. The taxes and the fact that the housing, you can get one, what for third away, you pay here. Oh, yeah. It's sometimes even even even better than that. I really wanted to stay there. When I started having kids, but man, I looked around and look for homes on south look for homes north. And man, I it just didn't make any sense, then I'm up there. You got a lot of guys end up down their own because, you know, baseball players because you have the, you know, the extra month and a half, you know, granted if you're if you're on in Arizona spring training, but you get to spend an extra month and a half at home. You get more bang for your buck and the best months of the year out on our offseason. So, you know, the gulfs better, the weather's better, unfortunately, what happens is most guys stay there, because you get routed, and you get your families, and then there in schools, and then retire, and then you've got to deal with the six months of health in during the during the year. So baseball season at work baseball while you're playing it made perfect sense to be an era Zona. But now that I've done it's half. The reason why come up here in work in this one more, would you real quick? I'm just curious is there. Good school systems are there enough private schools where you would feel good in? Arizona is hair Brophy prep. Right. Isn't that incredible knowledge and that the are maybe is, is that it Brophy? You know it's the high school. The private high school that you know that it's well known out here. There's also Notre Dame prep, which is a newer school private school up north north Scottsdale. There's some pretty good. I mean, the public school system. Probably on average isn't very good. It's probably little bit below average, especially some of the other areas. Scottsdale seems to have pretty good public school system, though paradise valley into north Scottsdale. So my kids have my kids, you know, the pri- taste, they'd been in public. My older boys has been public, you know, from elementary to my creator graduate yesterday from me. All right, middle school. We could change your man of the people I got a freshman chaperone high school, which is a public high school that a lot of pretty good, honestly. Yeah. I was gonna say that's another. That's another little factory. But you never bought a house here. Then why you were playing. Never did. I, I did a place on telegraph hill. Yeah. I thought it would force. You know, is, is they tell you you're gonna get traded. And that's. How, how long after how long after you bought it? Well, so I rented from ninety six until two thousand up pull the trigger this time, started making some money, and pull the trigger in two thousand got traded the offseason once. So I didn't really get to live in it for that, for that for the year two thousand one either because I had it remodelled. So by the time I had done. I was living in it. I get a call from Sapien like two months after I get into my new digs. He's like we're gonna ship you to the Mets. Don't feel don't feel bad. Gary spent thirty grand on a barbecue. I believe, oh, we stop. It's getting higher twenty five twenty five. It was a screaming deal, sir. Did they have the crane, the crane, this was up in sonoma's county and I didn't know he was he was going to build a disco along with one? It was a barbecue. And I hadn't been up to the place in five months, I showed up and I had this lived in the barbecue guy said, I'll get I'll get you one. I'll get you Taj. Mahal Gading realize guy was going to get actually from the Taj. Mahal. Title beating Beatty was pretty nasty yesterday in the guys in the broadcast crediting, Stephen vote for for keeping him on the focused early in the game. I don't know how closely watched what votes play you know votes game calling but even sound like Beatty. Shook him off very often, how much credit, do you give Stephen vote for what Beatty did yesterday? I give them a lot of credit mean you obviously have to go out and make the pitches execute pilot did. But I feel like just having a veteran presence now like BUSTER BUSTER provide that as well. I think just the fact Stephen caught him and AAA early in the year saw at his best, you know, more mentally than anything, just knowing when to settle down to come out and just have a word with around the just to slow things down a little bit your stuff more than anything, it's easier said than done to trust your stuff. But I believe him being back there. Putting the right things down in religious allowing him to call the game Tyler all he had to worry about is gone execute pitches, and in control. You know what he can control, you know, and that's, that's executing a pitch rather than having to think about how to set up hitters all the other noise that goes on with with pitchers. You know, he's, he's a guy that he's, he's had a lot of innings under his belt, but not big league level and also died mentally, you know, he can lose confidence and within the game. So when he starts to get hit a little bit, you know, and that's going to pass that you may start to run from the bats and not he is in the strike zone and you see the stuff as there. Now it's just a matter. Don't out-turn trusting stuff and it's always the chicken or the you know, they need to pitch. Well get offense or do you have confidence now allows you to pitch well, but I believe, well, but you have to have some sort of positive outcome on a positive successes some success to build that confidence. And it's good as pitching AAA before he got. He came up and Cincinnati and just got I mean, from the first inning, just started getting pounded and all of a sudden, it's my stuff get enough, but this level. And now yesterday I feel like that was the first time or he can go go down. You put his head on the pillow last night. Like you know what I belong to the big lakes about this, Sean? We talked about last time instead of jerking around, after a bad start giving four five starts in a row, no matter what and go from there. Well, I don't disagree with that. I I've been a proponent of the geckos. Well, it's somebody's guys I feel like it's just added pressure, especially guys that maybe mentally tough. You know, that's why he talked a lot about mental makeup in how Bumgarner how from the get-go, I believe this innocent kid he's dotted as well. You know, he's he's Sean Anderson, not citizen. I feel like it mentally he had it from the start as well. And you can allow sometimes those guys to go through these growing pains and be okay with it. They'll dig themselves too big of a hole. And I know that make that better than anybody streak in a whole minor leagues and everything. Yeah. When you think MAC, Williamson, any chance, he might just say, hey, I gave it a good shot here. And maybe I'll look for the next chapter of my life, or do you feel he's going to end up in another organization and keep trying. I hear you want to do midday radio. Yeah. Well certain things when a guy has a family recommend kids in school that you don't bring up. I, I really find that offensive. And I just, you know, you wanna take that to the general manager to along with FP's problems. You know, I miss a couple of million, Sean, and all of a sudden, I'm persona non grata in this guy's little clique grow the meetings. What have you lately, Jackley? It's really terrible. That can really get the lines going, whatever he's doing could. No. Do you think? I mean he's still what is twenty eight. He's gotta keep trying doesn't he? This is a guy telling Marc Minkowski with the game now. You're telling MAC to keep a role, Sean. I'm glad you're here because Larry debated this for years. Markman Kazi was thirty two years old riding a bus in Mexico. And I said at some point we've got awake out. You're gonna worry. Yeah. Give up your. Dream and go get a job. And Larry every time we you know, Mark Makasi is I don't know he was in the giant organization. See what I mean even Sean doesn't know who he is. And I made the statement. But you only know the big guys havi would've known that hobby, would not by the time hobby, give the answer. You'd be asleep. My point is, is no show. We're having this debate. I think you're so much better than havi forget that you can't. I was just saying that I think hobbies kid. And I think you're good to both Yasser really what happened. I missed all that. I tweeted I those bragging about how good you are in. Larry said he likes AVI too big. Havi guy he did a nice job. But, you know, I think you're doing nice job as well. Well, listen, I went to you. L V. I'm intimidated by Virginia education. Here. Okay. Seriously? No, forget them in a 'cause he will get back to that, Sean, and even know who he is. We've been killing years with the endorsement from the firemen and the police department. I get what you're saying about MAC though. You know it it's point. You gotta figure if you got what it takes. I mean, I think I think that he I think people that he does. I just man, I we have seen it to Sicily they level. And there's guys that come and go all the time that, that they light it up and AAA and they just for whatever reason it doesn't doesn't carry over into the big leagues that if that's aren't the same grind, man. It, it really is. I mean, I'll be pressures there to perform in day out, but some guys just can't take that. Hey. He was going to do it. He would have done it by now. Odds are. Yes. I'm not sure about that. But yes, on our. Yes, yeah. Maybe a change of scenery. I mean, this is the organization that drafted him. You know, you come up with the same organization and change did take me to twenty eight but I mean it definitely four or five years in the minor leagues and in a trade for the Mariners the giants to to to hold my progress to the big leagues. I mean sometimes that's what it takes coach here, there that can really make the difference speaking to someone about the mental part of the game. Maybe.
"minkowski" Discussed on The Infinite Monkey Cage
"I think it was at quantum cut because 'cause that hearing the sound of three thousand skulls st- just cracking open a little bit as they all been in blasphemy. By the time we came to record their thing. Most people have been on site for two to three days. They'd been a lot of hot cider. There had been a lot of general relax, ancien going on and then suddenly midday on a Saturday. This quantum cosmology and there was a there is a very interesting sound. I think of of of skulls just splintering little bit and fake face description of the first time fade described general relativity and and the nature of gravity and the fact that calling it four and that moment is she talked to that when you sit down on a chair and you kind of think that your the pressure on the chair. But if you really sit in that chair for awhile, you can actually feel the chairs pushing up on you. And once you do that, there are moments where if you get overly in. Moved in thinking that you fall at your chair, and that's a good way to learn a. Most of the things I've loved, the show has been by thinking too hard about the nature of things and falling off my chair, and every time I see that particular brews it will remind me if you listen to face had, though she would have said that according to Eisenstein you don't fall out of the chair when you leave the chair, the chair accelerates away from you. That happened is, well, I spent the door you, you enter an inertial frame of reference when you leave the chair. So the chair and you together when you're in contact is not an inertial frame you accelerating with that is one of the reasons I never take you to a when I've had an accident because he's so long. Explain the of lost about two to three points by them. Yes, you have to get the. So you see the initial frame of reference? Yes. But why is he? I'll get let me I refer to Minkowski. All of all of the glass ones have been a law firm and my favorite Christmas shows after my favorite because I enjoy the mixture. The wonderful mixture. Again, he was actually prime blessed Brian, Brian, blessed Chris Hadfield, Richard Coles and French caboodle. Yes, he will take Francesca several Coppola was one of the many guests that you very quickly handed over to me to introduce because you go worried you get. And of course, we also like to confront Chester. Robert, you do that introduction, two hundred eighty east bible scholar. Yes, and she's very passionate about both things the bible end and the and if that was what was beautiful about that episode was one seeing the very calm Canadian astronaut, Chris Hadfield sat next to Brian blessed, but to there was a lovely thing that day were savvy on the show. We never managed to have Patrick Moore, who's of showing that you did work within you Oscar night with, but. Brian, read out a very beautiful poem that he'd meant to read to Patrick Moore and hadn't had the opportunity hadn't had the chance to do it. And so putting more had only very recently died by the time you record in that show. And Brian read out absolutely straight and very that reminder that he is both a brilliant character, but also his wonderful performance and can, and that that was a very moving moment. I think also the Los Angeles shows we did. We did the first show is in America. The Los Angeles show stands out because the cheeky monkeys the, the band that we introduced the young band. We've got a young band come on stage and and perform. I think chin which consisted the very title, Jeff, Lynne, and. Jeff Davis and the I, we didn't tell anyone in the audience who he was and I thought it was Eric's recognizable listening, Jeff, Linda, I think it's a cognitive dissonance occurs because Jeff Lynne was on stage. It starts playing, you can't really compete. That might be Jeff. Lynne. I don't think we ever actually said that that was Jaclyn for that. That was, I think that was one of the scariest shows in terms of how do we follow that. So we haven't even started the show, Jeff, Lynne, and Eric joint in Jeff Davis have done the theme Choon live..